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Jazmine Vasquez wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Can a baby be baptized into the Catholic Church if neither parent has received their
    First Holy Communion but have both been baptized in the Church?
  • If yes, what is the process?


  { Can a baby be baptized in the Catholic faith if neither parent has made their First Communion? }

Bob replied:


Yes, your child can be baptized but the qualification is that she is raised as a Catholic.
This presumes you are practicing your faith.

  • Why don't you talk to your parish priest about joining RCIA so you can get your
    First Communion and Confirmation and start living a fully Catholic life?

You must lead your child by living as an example. Start now by giving her a fully Christian home to form her with a rich knowledge of God. It won't hurt you either.


Bob Kirby

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